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NJ Sump Pump Repair & InstallationSump Pumps

Your sump pump may be a fairly simple device, but it’s extremely important.

If you live in or around Holmdel, Keyport, Old Bridge, Matawan, or Aberdeen, and you worry that yours isn’t working correctly, give us a call right away.

6 Signs You Need Our Sump Pump Repair and Installation Services

Not sure if you need our sump pump repair and installation services?

Then go through our simple list of the six most common reasons people call us about their sump pumps.

1. Your Basement Smells like Mold or Mildew

If your sump pump isn’t properly cared for, it will be vulnerable to mold and mildew growth. While the smell is reason enough to call us and have it cleaned, leaving the mold and mildew in place can eventually cause unnecessary problems.

2. The Float Switch Is Stuck

When the water level gets too high in your pit/basin, it will trigger your sump pump’s float switch, which, in turn, starts the pumping process.

This is an essential piece for ensuring your sump pump’s proper operation. If it becomes stuck or otherwise malfunctions, the water level could get dangerously high without your sump pump doing anything.

When you’re unsure about your sump pump’s switch, you can try pouring water into your pit/basin to see if it activates.

If it doesn’t, call us right away, so we can repair it before any damage occurs.

3. It Makes Loud Noises

Even when they’re running, sump pumps should be fairly quiet, so if you hear it running loudly or it makes a strange noise (albeit it quietly), there’s probably a mechanical problem.

You may need a new fan, the motor may require maintenance, or a certain part could simply be worn out.

The sooner you get it looked at, the sooner you can quit worrying about further problems.

4. It Hasn’t Worked Since the Last Time It Rained

If your sump pump hasn’t run since the last time it rained, there could be a number of reasons for that. Regardless, you’ll want us to look at it right away. Otherwise, the next time it rains, you could be without a working pump.

5. Long Run-Times and Ongoing On-Off Cycles

An electrical problem could be causing your sump pump to run for longer than necessary or go through on-off cycles over and over. Your pit/basin may also be insufficient for the amount of water it receives. Your sump pump could also be too small.

6. Water Accumulates About the Float Indicator

This is about as clear a sign as your sump pump can give that it’s time to replace it.

It might not actually be done for good, but it’s certainly headed that direction.

This is a problem you need to address ASAP before the water accumulates further and causes actual damage to your home.

Don’t Hesitate to Call for Help

As you can see, there are a number of reasons you may need our New Jersey sump pump repair and installation services, but the result of ignoring the problem is almost always the same: costly water-damage to your home.

So give us a call today at (732) 497-0399 if you live in or around Holmdel, Keyport, Old Bridge, Matawan, or Aberdeen and need our help.

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